The state’s largest Medicaid insurer intends to apply for the next five-year round of multi-million dollar contracts.
Update on Monday 1/28/2019 1:10 p.m.: The outbreak now includes 35 confirmed cases and 11 suspected ones. The majority of cases continue to be in children, with 25 cases between 1 and 10 years old, nine between 11 and 18 years old and one adult younger than 29.
An accomplished surgeon has filed a gender discrimination lawsuit against Oregon Health & Science University over her pay, career advancement opportunities and a “hostile” work environment.
Five soldiers in the U.S. Army are now working in the Emergency Department at Oregon Health & Science University.
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Dr. Camara Jones flashed a childlike diagram on the big screen in a Portland Art Museum auditorium. It depicted six orange and green stick people on a cliff. The three in the orange group were well away from the edge, and a fence shielded them from falling over.
The flu season has caught with the Willamette Valley, with an increase in cases from Southern Oregon to Salem to the Portland area in recent weeks.
A man who worked at Oregon Health & Science University for nearly three decades is suing the institution for discrimination, claiming he was fired for being black and lost full retirement benefits.
Portland and Clark County are starting the new year with two cases of the measles.
Central City Concern has added two insiders to its executive team.
Dr. Andy Mendenhall has been promoted to the position of chief medical officer, replacing Dr. Rachel Solotaroff, who is now the nonprofit’s president and CEO.